CurlyRed | A Design Blog


Published: April 10, 2019

  We had so much fun creating the branding for “Weird Wine: A Peek Into the Curious World of Maryland Wine.” This event on May 5th, 2019 is being hosted by The Maryland Wineries Association and Baltimore Magazine at Union Collective in Baltimore. There are still tickets available—you can buy them here. When Kelly J. Dudeck, […]

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Published: December 11, 2018

Congrats to our client, Appalachian Crossroads, on their new website, http://www.appalachiancrossroads.com/! We were honored to create their new branding, as well as this fully custom and responsive WordPress website. CurlyRed believes in their mission: At Appalachian Crossroads, we believe that we are all part of the fabric of our community. Cut from the same cloth, […]

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Published: June 28, 2018

James “Mikey” Virts Jr. has been a good friend of ours since we moved to Garrett County, and a great force of good in the community (espeically as the Artistic Director at Our Town Theatre). So Mark Ludwig, Vice-President of CurlyRed jumped at the chance to help him with his branding and custom WordPress web […]

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Published: April 4, 2018

On March 23rd, Mark and Kendall of CurlyRed presented on the Future of Social Media at Sheppard Pratt Conference Center, sponsored by the Baltimore Business Journal. If you weren't able to join us, we wanted to give you some of the highlights of our talk: We begun our presentation by reviewing the history of social […]

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Published: January 4, 2018

When we are able to help a client that has helped us for years, that's something really special. RemSource is a US-based virtual support company that CurlyRed has been using since 2011! My assistant at RemSource helps us keep our company running smoothly: assisting with scheduling, following up on proposals and invoices, and even answers […]

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Published: December 20, 2017

We love bringing clients full-circle. In 2008 (when we were brand-new!), CurlyRed helped Annapolis-based, computer programming company Wyetech create their visual branding. Mark Goss is the president of Wyetech (fun fact: he's also cousin-by-marriage to president and principal designer M. Kendall Ludwig). Mark approached us this year, ready to up his online presence game. We […]

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Published: February 23, 2017

Twin Tails Event Farm is our second local client here in Garrett County, Maryland—the venue is located about 12 minutes north of CurlyRed. When we got a chance to see the property in person, we were inspired to create branding and a web presence that was as beautiful, elegant and rustic as the location itself. […]

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Published: August 12, 2015

Now THIS was a super-fun job to work on. Not only is Kellie’s work outstanding, but we were able to work together to create new branding and a new look for her portfolio website to really showcase her talent and impressive client list. We share a love for white space and stunning typography. And the final […]

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Published: March 12, 2014

Happy Wednesday, everyone!  CurlyRed president and principal designer, M. Kendall Ludwig will once again be chatting with Writer and PR expert Wendy Meyeroff of Piggy Bank Promotions at 11am tomorrow (Thursday March 13th)! Please tune in to hear us discuss the difference between verbal and visual branding, the importance of color, consistency in branding and much more. Then, after […]

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Published: March 2, 2009

Happy Monday everyone, this was a great weekend of events for CurlyRed. Thursday night was Fusion, put on by Happy Hour Studios, at Lemongrass in Baltimore. Beautiful artwork hung on the walls, there were tasty food and cocktails, and a great turnout. Thanks to Jessica Watson, owner of Happy Hour Studios, for allowing CurlyRed to […]

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Published: July 29, 2008

My friend Neil Blumberg over at Aquent suggested that I talk a little bit about the following girl in my life:She's a beauty, isn't she? Well, she's been a blessing and a burden. I've had a deep love for pinup art for years now. I've found it to be beautiful and fun. They are pieces […]

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